Rich Jones give a verse to the Chicago Mothman + more tricks and treats
Chicago thrash band Texas Toast Chainsaw Massacre headline the latest of their Toastamania debacles this Saturday in Pilsen.
My friend Jeff saw something big flying over Lake Street this summer. Was it the Chicago Mothman?
With Revolutions of the Night, documentary maker Mark Stokes uncovers the childhood trauma that inspired the controversial fabulist.
Also, a Chicago priest blessed the Mandalay Bay hotel floor where Las Vegas shooter conducted massacre.
Two psychologically loaded horror classics return for Halloween.
“It wasn’t about the models for me. The mystique of the world I was living in was the writers,” says Barbara Nellis.
Challenged to create a dish with aji amarillo, a South American pepper, chef Joshua Marrelli of Bakersfield Wood-Fired Grill experiments with every version he can find.
The latest from Blumhouse Productions is surefire hit with teen and preteen viewers.
The Annoyance’s savagely funny 30-year-old slasher spoof is a triumph of a certain schlocky stagecraft.
A delightful kids’ show and a Neo-Futurist’s look at dementia are among this week’s best bets.
Cases threaten to undermine Illinois’s efforts at juvenile justice reform.
The mayor did what he does best: avoid reality and praise himself.
Mom and pop would scoff at the regional cliches of LM Restaurant Group’s new spot at the LondonHouse Hotel.
It’s housing insecurity that haunts this Humboldt Park home.